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High Holidays 5782

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Welcome To Beth El Temple!


We enjoy and encourage all levels of learning, from our youngest members to our lifelong learners. Discover ways to grow in your faith with us.



We are cooking, planting, knitting and donating our way to a better world. See how you can join us in making an impact today.



Discover our wide range of worship options, from traditional sanctuary services to Shabbat yoga and outdoor celebrations.



Our inclusive family welcomes you to join us as we come together for celebrations and comfort.


What’s Happening at Beth El Temple

SaturdaySat, 25 SepSeptember, 2021

Mazel Tots

Shabbat, Sep 25th 11:00a to 12:00pMazel Tots is the spot for kiddos on Shabbat mornings! Enjoy songs, prayers and stories. This program is geared for children from birth through kindergarten with their parents, but all are welcome. Click here to register!


SaturdaySat, 25 SepSeptember, 2021

Shabbat Club

Shabbat, Sep 25th 11:00a to 12:00pOur Shabbat Club makes it cool for kids @shul. Songs, prayers, stories, games and more for kids in grades 1-5. (Social distancing protocols will be in effect, and all unvaccinated individuals over the age of two must wear a mask at all times.)


SaturdaySat, 25 SepSeptember, 2021

Sukkah Stroll

Shabbat, Sep 25th 4:00p to 6:00pCalling all families with children in grades K-8 (siblings welcome too)! Join us as we stroll from Sukkah to Sukkah for a progressive Se’udah Shlishit - third meal of Shabbat. We will be hosted at various Sukkot around Beth El (kosher and within walking distance). Free and open to all, but only to those who RSVP by Wednesday, September 22nd. Note: this program will be cancelled in case of rain.


SundaySun, 26 SepSeptember, 2021

Lulav Shake and Breakfast in the Sukkah

Sunday, Sep 26th 9:00a to 11:00aThe event is for all families with children in grades 7 and younger. Come shake the lulav in our sukkah. Enjoy a light breakfast, sukkot crafts, and songs. Greet clergy and SULAM educators. Entertainment by The Amazing Andy.


SundaySun, 26 SepSeptember, 2021

Book in the Sukkah: Julie Metz with "Eva and Eve"

Sunday, Sep 26th 6:15p to 7:15pJulie Metz, author of Eva and Eve: A Search for My Mother's Lost Childhood and What a War Left Behind, will join us on Zoom to discuss this unforgettable memoir of her late mother's harrowing childhood in Nazi-occupied Austria and the parallels she sees in present-day America. Dinner is catered and can be picked up shortly before the event. Click here for registration information!


TuesdayTue, 28 SepSeptember, 2021

Simchat Torah Outdoor Family Experience

Tuesday, Sep 28th 6:00p to 7:30pCome out to celebrate Simchat Torah with singing and socially-distant dancing. Hear some Torah, dance around, and end with some ice cream sweetness. Registration is required, and is limited to the first 100 people.


SaturdaySat, 2 OctOctober, 2021

Outdoor Movie Night: The Frisco Kid

Motzei Shabbat, Oct 2nd 7:30p to 9:30pThe Beth El Temple Men's Club invites you to an outdoor screening of the 1979 Jewish classic The Frisco Kid.


FridayFri, 15 OctOctober, 2021


Friday, Oct 15th 5:45p to 6:45pShababa is a fun, engaging “service” for our youngest generation. All children ~8 and under (and their siblings, parents, and grandparents) are welcome to experience the joy of Shabbat with dancing, singing, stories, prayers and a free chicken nugget dinner. Join Rabbi Rachel Zerin in this free program – part of our early childhood education. RSVPs are not required, but are encouraged to enable us to better plan for dinner. Sponsorship opportunities are available – for just $50 you can celebrate a child’s birthday by sponsoring a Shababa. To sponsor a dinner, please contact Rabbi Rachel Zerin ( or 860-233-9696).


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